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PIPE

Pipe

An obsolete unit of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.

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Piper Jaffray Finance, LLC, a wholly owned lending subsidiary of Piper Jaffray companies, is an affiliate of Piper Jaffray & Co.
ATP at first decided to buy a fleet of 15 Piper Archer TX jets with deliveries scheduled for late 2013 and had option for another 85 aircraft.
But Piper also stood back to take a broad view of a place or landscape, and among his graphics are sweeping panoramas of Stowe gardens with its temples, lake and Palladian bridge.
Piper explained the safety precautions to Harry and then handed him a grenade.
Piper regularly exhorts her audiences to analyze her works, whether in the dance-class performance Funk Lessons, 1982-84, or in image-text arrangements from the 1992 series "Decide Who You Are.
Letourneau found that even ant-free piper trees produce food bodies when the beetles invade -- another indication the beetles have cracked the ants' food code and usurped it for their own purposes, she reports in the April 13 SCIENCE.
The newly selected Piper Fellows, chosen via a competitive process, will complete individual sabbaticals in 2013 and become part of the enduring Piper Fellows "alumni" group that meets monthly in facilitated Learning Circles to share professional issues and challenges common among nonprofit leaders.
Later in 2017, Piper Jaffray will work alongside existing Kepler Cheuvreux sales teams in the US to distribute Kepler Cheuvreux research to US based clients.
Horiot said, "Piper France is delighted to be able to offer new Piper airplanes to customers and prospective French customers.
DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary is a global legal services organization with offices across Europe, Asia and the US.
The entity will be led by Scott Barrington, an 11-year veteran of the private equity business and a Piper Jaffray & Co.
This milestone development by Piper and Continental represents a continuation of Piper's strategy to provide multiple fuel solutions for our customers," said Piper President and CEO Simon Caldecott.